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— by Ted Ted
May Gene rest in peace. He was one of a kind!

He left you gentlemen a legacy of standing up, if only you would use it.

Read the two cases below & absorb it; then, keep reading some more. NYC & NY State are not Right to Work (RTW) states as I've stated & written many times over. The moves the former disgraced Judge Conboy, his former junior attorney & the former R.O. Dennis Walsh & Mr. Corruption - the King, Doug McCarron are here for all to see, all of which was illegally rubber stamped by a co-conspiring USAO's office & a sitting Federal District Court Judge, one Richard M. Berman.

Together they make the Teamsters & Hoffa senior look like pansy's or a girl scout troop relative to the criminal RICO racketeering scam, crossing all state lines, as orchestrated against the rank & file through NYC and the NYCDCC under a private contract (Consent Decree) so far outside the realm of legal conduct that the U.S. D.O.J. must get involved. This blog is chock full of criminal violations & the court cases & precedent citations to back it up, if only the D.O.J. would have the spine to go after the aforementioned suspects.

All suspects & those named above are guilty until proven innocent; ahh, crap - innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, or are they?


50-50% Rule, Duty of Fair Representation, Discrimination, Shape Halls
DECISION & ORDER of NLRB dated April 30, 1986

Carpenters Local 608, 279 NLRB No. 99, Harte, McMurray & Clarke